The BC men's golf team jumped two spots on the final day of action at the Pilot Spring Invite on Saturday and finished the 36-hole tournament in sixth place. The team's score of 320 on Saturday bested their Friday's tally of 326 and gave them a two-day total of 646.
Leading the Pilots in the second and final round was senior Tim Johnson who landed a 74 on Saturday to couple with his 78 from round one. His two-day score of 152 put him sixth on the individual leaderboard. Also scoring low for the Pilots in round two was senior Zach Hochstetler who finished the tournament with a 77 and 76 respectively for an overall score of 153 and an eighth-place finish. Rounding out BC's scorecard on Saturday were Reis Yoder, who improved his Friday's performance by 11 strokes, carding an 83 and Roman Ojala who added an 87 to BC's cause.
The Pilots head into postseason play on April 24th with the first round of the 2017 Crossroads League Championship.
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